Learning Letters

Learning Letters

Learning Letters


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Learning ABC is the first stepping stone to becoming literate. When children know the form and sound of each letter, they become better at reading and writing. That explains why children must learn letters at a very early age. The earlier they learn ABC, the sooner they become excellent readers and speakers. 

This guide will walk you through effective, age-appropriate, and low-cost ways for your children to learn letters.

Toddlers

Do you remember yourself giggling and singing the ABC song? We’ve all been there. In fact, the ABC song has helped countless children to learn alphabet.

How do you teach toddlers the alphabet? Children age 2 to 3 years old may sing phonic songs—it’s the best way for them to learn the alphabet while they can’t yet identify letters.  

According to Understood.org, toddlers aged 2 can start recognizing some letters and sing the ABC song aloud. By age 3, kids can recognize half the letters in the alphabet and connect letters with sounds. 

Further, kids by the age of 3 can recognize the letter that starts their own first name and other letters within the name. You may also notice that some of their scribbles look like letters, particularly the first letter of their name. 

For toddlers, we highly recommend encouraging them to sing the alphabet song or listen to phonic songs, so they can familiarize themselves with the alphabet letters even when they cannot speak actual words yet.

When toddlers reach age 4, they often recognize letters and order them in the correct sequence. With guidance and correct tools, they can master the alphabet sequence and sound impressively at this stage.

Preschoolers

When children reach age 4 and beyond, they start to know more than half of the uppercase letters and at least five to ten lowercase ones. Some may be able to identify all letters both in upper and lower case. They also start noticing letters around them and understand those letters are related to sounds (this insight is called the alphabet principle)

By this age, they also understand that letters and numbers are different in purpose and must be used in appropriate situations. Some letters may still be confusing for them, such as p/q, b/d, Q/O, and lower case L and upper case i: I/l. 

Letter recognition apps can help preschoolers to become more familiar with letters, their sound, and sequence. You may also use things in your surroundings or home as tools to help them understand letters, their form, sound, and how they must be used. A low-cost way for learning the alphabet is by using items as simple as a marker, crayon, or sharpie and a piece of paper. Write a letter and ask your child to identify it. 

Needless to say, if you create DIY items to teach your child about the alphabet, you must make it engaging and exciting—we all know how they can easily get distracted if they’re not enjoying what they do. If you’re having difficulty making your alphabet session fun and interactive, Zoolingo is here to help (more of this in a bit!). 

Some Kids Might Have Difficulty Learning the Alphabet

While some kids may excel impressively in learning the alphabet, some may find it challenging. More often than not, they may confuse letters that look the same, such as p and q. They may also mix up uppercase and lowercase letters or sometimes put the letters in the wrong sequence. It might also take them a while to match letters with sounds, which is tricky, to be fair. 

Worry not, this is common among kids. These challenges are usually part of their development. Or, it could be that the child needs to be exposed more to the alphabet. Some kids who cannot distinguish letter forms and sounds may have deeper issues with speech or language. 

Zoolingo for Learning Letters

You can teach children’s ABC to your kids in several ways, whether by using everyday items in your house or educational mobile apps like Zoolingo

Zoolingo is a letter recognition app designed for toddlers and preschoolers who are starting to explore the alphabet. It can help kids to comprehend letters and phonics in several ways:

Zoolingo for teaching toddlers

As mentioned above, toddlers can still learn the alphabet through phonic songs and music, despite not speaking words yet. Zoolingo is a letter sounds app that teaches the alphabet to toddlers through giggle-inducing, engaging phonic songs. 

🎶 A is for apple. A-a-apple. A-a-apple. A, apple. 🎶

Toddlers who hear the phonics song repeatedly will soon memorize them, enabling them to recognize letters. With our letter tracing game, toddlers will also learn to write the alphabet letters by their fingers, improving their hand-eye coordination and helping them control their hands. This technique is proven to help kids get better at writing.

Through the visual and auditory representations of the letters, toddlers can improve their cognitive skills

Zoolingo for teaching preschoolers

Preschoolers recognize at least half of the alphabet letters. With Zoolingo, they can enhance their alphabet knowledge and memorize all the 26 letters. Our Zoolingo Alphabet Game includes letter tracing, letter recognition, and letter sequencing, all of which can help them master the alphabet.

Our alphabet games involve letters in uppercase and lowercase, so kids can learn to differentiate them and use them correctly. Knowing that children’s attention span is short, we made sure that our games are highly engaging, interactive, and exciting. 

As they play our letter writing app, they will enjoy our bright graphics, dynamic animation, and cheerful sounds.

Zoolingo for kids with speech impediments

We consulted educators and employed highly skilled developers to come up with a letter writing app that can accommodate kids with disabilities. Zoolingo is a letter app that can help children struggling to identify and pronounce letters. By adding phonic songs to our app, kids can retain the alphabet letters in their mind. 

Our vivid and enticing graphics also capture children’s attention, making sure they are focused and engaged in the activities. This is especially helpful when you have kids that are easily distracted by their surroundings. 

How We Developed An App for Learning Letters

Our Developers

We employed highly skilled developers to create our Zoolingo app. Through brainstorming and heavy computer skills, our team developed an app that’s highly interactive, engaging, and entertaining. 

We added fun animations that truly capture their attention and keep them focused. Plus, we also implemented vivid graphics, cheerful music, learning letters sounds, and a reward system to keep them excited in playing our fun games.

You will find hundreds of animal puzzles, learning letters activities, coloring pages, mazes, nursery rhymes, and many more. All of these games stimulate children’s cognitive development. Our puzzles help them become amazing problem solvers and imaginative thinkers.

Our aim is to aid children’s early education by providing educational games and activities. Teachers and parents from different parts of the world love Zoolingo because it keeps their children learning even while at home, in the car, or during playtime. 

We’ve made our learning letters app available in 16 languages to support your child’s language learning. You can use Zoolingo to teach your child another language. Not only can they build their vocabulary in other languages but also learn their alphabets. 

Our Experts

To ensure we develop the best educational gameplay for children, we consulted experts in teaching and learning. We followed expert advice so that our app is beneficial for kid’s education. 

By consulting with experts, we are confident that our Zoolingo games will provide hours of fun learning, a technique proven to be effective in ensuring young minds get the best learning experience. 

Kids will always have the final say. When we developed our app, we put together a focus group consisting of kids aged 2 to 7, our target demographic, and a few educators and parents. We collect their suggestions and send those back to our developers and designers. Most of the time, we found that kids can catch important details that we adults ignored. With that said, we immensely value their feedback.

Use Zoolingo for Learning Letters

Zoolingo is available in 16 languages. You can change the app’s language in-game by tapping the language of your choice. All of our games can be changed in any of our available languages. Our learning letters games, on the other hand, can be changed to 13 different languages. 

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